The Echo register. (Echo, Umatilla County, Or.) 190?-1909, May 28, 1909, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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THE ECHO REGISTER, ECHO, OREGON
CLASSIFIED ADS
Ad in Haiti column, one ccnl mt
word em-h iiiM-rtlon, and no nd taken
fur U- iliuu ti cent.
I!. IS. Lan (ieneral IIIiifkHinitliiiiK'.
wagon re pa I rii i),'. I also iay the
Ititf lictl cash price for broken down
sprint,' wagons. Hermit! on, Oregon.
L. B. WpIIs keeps local and
.tr ! eye views of hclio in stock
r i. rns is the place to buy
yv ' crackers, for they nru nice
a resh.
i' -r sale. A two horse power
line engine. It is a good
one and can he si-en running at
any time. For particulars call
at this office.
Hotel Hoskins has good beds
clean furnishings and comfort.
Buy your girl a box of lions
Hons at Elains.
If you have a sweet tooth,
sweeten it at Lisle & Co.'s.
Remember that J. Hutchen.
carries a neat stock of high
grade groceries, confectionery,
cigars, etc., and sells at the
right price.
FOIt KALE.
Buy legal blank at
Ri'KlHter office.
the Echo
Are you Rending the Register to
your friends f
FOIt KALE.
Old npWRpnpcra for sale
office, 25 centa per 100.
at this
Li B. Wells keeps a fine assort
ment of post cards.
If ymi have any old thing to
haul, see Wm. Pearson, proprietor
of the Red Express Wagon.
Medicine and condition pow
ders for stock. Aids digestion
and this saves feed. Bonney &
Sons' Saddlery.
Go to J. llutchens for your
groceries.
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PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER
PENDLETON, OREGON
The Echo
School Report
Following is a report of Echo
public school for the month of
May. l'.MHl.
!! K M ( IX K S K( ( IX I ) t J HADE.
Hoy Knight
Kleanor Spike., x"
Eltle Xormaii !,r
Kva Morrison 2
Mt'daClllflte
Teddy Morrison
Minnie Knuggs
Mildred Ark ley
Marin Klain
Fred M
Frances Spike
Hael Kll-r
Anna Williams
Xorinan (tixlfrey
Fred Andrews
Alice Davis
Homer Snyder
Myrtle Oulliiorcl
Clara Snyder -
Eva (Jlllelte
FIHST (ilt.VDE
Lois C.ol.bHI Wi
Lester Thornton !i2
Adlal Est eh m
Ralph I Kim IC
Sherman Wells 14
Vuslitl Hoskins H4
Grace Ol instead W
Marshall Mark ham W
Lee Pearson C4
Homer Coppinger
Hay Gillette W
Eula Elder 81
Ella I him so
Edwin ('ohtirn "7
Elmer Olmslead 64
Jiminie Knack's til!
Harvey Williams
MAYME HIPPEY, Teacher
in
HK)M TWO
Leila Ateheson 1(2
Hazel Malcolm .i
Ida Wells -
Delmond Young til
Willie Davis M
Gladys Whit worth 8!
George Saling
Arthur iHmi irj
Lee Kartholomew ill
Ella Moore
Harry Andrews in
Elvin Fritts -
Grace Neal
Zella Ward 80
Lena Ward 81
Ollle Knight 8tl
Charley Thornton sm
John Young no
Lester Xorinan n4
Elna Thomson K
Alvln Hciiedlet
Dannie Xeal
Guy Smith 84
Harry Gillette 74
Earl Mack -
Cavline Hell
Charlie Gillette 7.1
Lawrence Markham 83
Hobble Benedict
Nelson Taylor . 86
VEHXA VANANDEK, Teacher
The Louvre Restaurant
Wm. Clayton, Prop.
The BVt Cuisine That Tin
Market Affords
HEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS
Corner of Main ami Dupont
StnvtM
ECHO - - ORE.
Oregon Nursery Company
First C1aK Stock
and True to Nuntc
K. O. ItOSS, !.Kit KcprrHCittivp
Itermlnton, Oregon
PORTLAND
RESTAURANT
Ludgate k Ludgate, Props
Meals Rervml at all hour
during the day.
Board by theweek $.1.00
We will always try to pve
our eustniers the llest
the market affords.
ROOM THIRD- FIFTH GRADE
Ruth Moore
Hoffnagle Mfl
Esther Jones H9
Daphne (iiillirord no
Alfred lorn y
Hael Ateheson 114
Willie Knight 8.1
EllzalH'th Williams m
Pearl Thornton w
Lula Crayne 79
Harry Halcohu st
John McLaughlin 85
Theliua Malcolm Kti
Welland Prior 81
Gladys Wells 110
Carl McCollough
Nellie Xorinan S7
Ida Kunn sti
Fred Markham 87
SIXTH GRADE
Lemuel Est eh jij
Orbie Wells
Llllle Watleiiburger 8j
Clephaue Gulliford 83
James Mclaughlin s
Fred Hoskins aj
Hoy Norman --
('has Markliam
Inez Well
U-lbert Malcolm
Ora Young 87
Muriel Crayne 87
Huth (Vhtirn s
Otis Gillette
Herbert (Vl.u'rn 8l
Ina Norman 86
MARGARET W1NXIFORP,
Teacher
ROOM FOCR
James Saling a
Jitseph Cunha
Rowland Ateheson 94
Avis Peterson
Vivian Ralley
Audrey Vattenburger IM
Ruth Godfrey 90
Wm. Hoffnagle
Lawrence Malcolm 89
Frank Young 93
Ant 01 Cunha 85
Fee Esteb 94 5-U
Zena Houser lH
Eugenie Jones 7'J
Mary Houser itf
Kyle Moore -
Lee Ackley 87
Hessle Andrews
Ellen Allen
Frank Cunha lm
Elita Gillette 91
(onion Hoffuagle 75
Mary Haleolm IM
Charles Marietta 8!)
Edna Anders
VinalIous.ir W2 8-9
Willard Acheson -
Stella McCullouirh 84
L. W. KEELEH, Principal
O. A. CANNON, Assistant
Cliuriilierlitlii's Liniment.
This is a new preparation and a
good one. It is especially valuable as
a cure for chronic and muscular
rheumatism, and for the relief from
pain which it affords in acute inflam
matory rheumatism. Those who have
used it have invariably sioken of it
in the highest terms of praise. Lame
luick, lame shoulder and stiff neck
are due to rheumatism of the in us.
rles, usually brought on by exjiosure
to cold or damp, and are quickly
cured by applying this liniment free
ly and massaging the affected parts.
Soreness of the muscles, whether In
duced by violent exercise or injury,
Is allayed by this liniment. For
sale by City Drug Store.
WHY
send to Mail order Houses for
Watches when you can buy a
Genuine 2lJevelllampden move
ment in a 20 year Case for $20;
or a 23 Jewel movement in 20
year Case at the same price.
W. L. Knight, Echo. Oregon.
fok SALE.
A homestead relinquishment
of 1K acres for sale Six acres
in alfalfa, J50 acres in wheat,
Kood well, fuir four room house,
and a shed barn. Price $1000.
For particulars call on the Reg
ister office.
Comptmation For Poacher.
A KninekveptT on a northern eatatt
tella an amusing story of the latest
thing lu tbe compensation line. When
be was escorting tbe gcutlenieo round
tbe covwrta one day tbe party were
alarmed to hear a loud cry just after
shots bad been fired. Running to tbe
apot. a tbkk bush growth, tbe keeper
found a man lying groaning on the
ground.
"Some of tbeiu gents ave shot me in
tbe leg," groaned the man.
Examination proved that the sufferer
had Indeed received a bird shot pellet
lu his left calf. It waa a trivial In
Jury, but was handsomely compensat
ed for by the gentlemen In tbe pnrty,
who presented the victim with quite a
good sum In gold.
That same evening tbe gamekeeper
came upon two men In a quiet lane en
gaged In a hot dispute about tbe shar
ing of some money. One of tbe men
had a shotgun, and, tapping It signifi
cantly, he said threateningly: "'Alf
shares, or I'll go straight to tbe p'llce
asd split on us both. I'll give the
game away. I'll tell 'em 'ow I put that
pill lu yer leg to knock money out o'
the shooters.
Then the gamekeeper disclosed him
self, snI the two conspirators decamp
ed. Loudon Opinion.
ECHO WANTS
A first-class cement block manu
facturer. A candy factory,
l'laning mill.
Kleetrie lights.
Sash and door factory.
Huilding and loan organization.
Cigar factor'.
Cheese factory.
Itroom factory.
Sugar factory.
Canning factory.
Money Loaned
ON REAL ESTATE
LONG TIME, EASY PAYMENTS
REAL1ABLE REPRESENTATIVES WANTED
The Jackson Loan & Trust Co.
Fort Worth, Texas Jackson, Mississippi
procures, atto otrtnoto., sw.
r"YT .7. ,.i.Tj.,.l.,rn.rrt nn h um! frr twit.
cuwrncbUkOo. IN ALL COUNTRIES.
liuskva dirttt tt ilt H'k'mglom " timt,
mnnry aniofltn Htfalrnt.
Pittnt id Infrbirtmtnt Prtctlc Exclusively.
Writ or enoM lu iu
fU SUU Stral, n. VmMtt Iteta Tm OMf.
WASMINQTON, D. C,
mm
OREGON
mo Union Pacific
TO
Salt Lake
Denver
Kansas City
Chicago
St Louis
New York
LOW RATES
Tickets to and from all parts el
United States, Caasda and Europe
For particulars U oa or add
WM. McMURRAY,
Canaml Pumb, r A
PartUad, O
P. C. HUNT Kit, Ajrent
The Louvre
Near Beer, Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobacco, Tropic
al Fruits, Nuts, Etc.
A Share of Patronage Solicited.
Bert Ltngenecker, Prop.
Comer Main tad Dupont Streets
The Echo Register
AND
Twice-a-week OREGON JOURNAL
$2 a Year
r
Louis Scholl jr.,
For Reliable Fire Insurance, Surveying,
Notary Public and Real Estate.
Phone Main 27 Bridge St., Ech, Or.
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Hotel Echo Restaurant
M. H. GILLETTE, Prop.
THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS
ALWAYS ON THE TABLE
Give me a trial
Iu It Sow.
This is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You can do so by ap
plying ChumU-rlaln's I.liiiinciit.
Nine cum-s out of ton are simply mus
cular rheumatism due to cold or
damp, or chronic rheumatism, and
yield to the vigorous application of
this liniment. Try it. You are cer
tain to be delighted with the ouick
relief which it afford. Sold by City
Urug Store.
Some few weeks ago tb district of
East Kootenai, Saskatchewan. B.
was Tlslted bj a forest Ore which
swept orer a territory flfty miles la
width, completely destroying the towns
of Fertile. Cool Creek snd Hosmer.
killing-170 poople. rendering C00O home
less and destroying property valued at
3,0on.000. This disaster seems to be
traceable to slipshod methods of lam
berUig which have been followed by
employees of tbe Cedar Valley Lam
bertng company, they baring been
rarelesa and left their brush or timber
slaahlngs without burning tnem. Other
disastrous forest fires which have
raged more reeeutly In northern Min
nesota. Michigan and Wisconsin bar
been the result largely of an extra dry
condition which made tbe forests as
Inflammable as tinder and liable to Ig
nition from passing trains, campflres
and other rati. Tbe prevalence of
these destructive fires, whatever their
rause, points to tbe need of greater
precaution tn lumbering methods and
lb establishing ef patrols which shall
report Area starting and summon aid
sufficient to put them oat before tbey
gain headway. This method of safe
guarding hi followed by the federal i
government In Its reserves on the Pa
ctflc coast wtta vsry satisfactory ra
tal tn.
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